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Federal credit union’s ‘citizenship’ clarified (access required)

Based on a “straightforward interpretation” of 28 U.S.C. § 1332(c)(1), which governs citizenship of corporations, the credit union is a citizen of Virginia because that is its principal place of business. This analysis was not changed by the fact the ...

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No fees from unrepresented siblings in partition case (access required)

Where appellant, relying on a police report, named the wrong person as the defendant driver in a personal injury case, appellant was entitled to file a new complaint naming the correct person after the statute of limitations expired. Background On ...

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Immunity bars challenge of gun purchase denial (access required)

Where plaintiff claims the state police violated his rights by denying his application to purchase a firearm, sovereign immunity bars the claim. The state police department, as an agent of the commonwealth, has sovereign immunity and there is no express ...

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Patient information that is not ‘patient safety work product’ must be disclosed (access required)

Where a defendant hospital produced redacted records in response to a plaintiff patient’s subpoena duces tecum in this personal injury case, some of the redactions are not privileged and must be disclosed. Background Hite was a patient at Mary Immaculate ...

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